Nelakondapally is a mandal in Khammam district, Telangana which houses ancient ruins. It is located at a distance of around 20 kms away from the city centre of Khammam.

Nelakondapalli is a historic site. It has encompassed with the help of a mud fortification wall protecting nearly one-hundred acres which is spread in an area of around 40 square kilometres. Excavations there have unearthed numerous foundations of brick-built viharas, wells, cisterns, a mahastupa, terracotta figurines, a bronze idol of Buddha, a miniature stupa carved in limestone and other substances from the 3rd and 4th centuries. This place is also of ancient and, specifically, cultural importance beacuse of the archaeological sites placed about one mile (1. 6 km) from Nelakondapalli. In line with nearby Hindu folks tradition, the sites known as Virataraju Dibba and Keechaka Gundam have been contemporaneous to certain activities defined inside the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Nelakondapalli became the birthplace of Kancharla Gopanna, popularly called Bhakta Ramadas. The Bhakta Ramadas Memorial constructing, constructed in 1955 at the birthplace of Sri Bhaktha Ramadasu, become renamed as the Bhakta Ramadasu Dhyana Mandiram and entrusted to the Sri Seeteramachandra Swamy Devastanam in Bhadrachalam in 1983, for its persevered development.

There are numerous historical temples within the village, which includes three consecrated for Shiva and two consecrated for Vaishnava, Shiva and Vaishnava being Hindu gods. The yearly Hindu competition Dusshera (additionally called Vijayadashami), celebrated during India, is celebrated in a unique manner in Nelakondapalli. This place is a major street junction on the routes from Khammam to Kodad and Kusumanchi. This place is also known as it was featured in the Telugu movie Rajanna, the person "Rajanna" performed via Nagarjuna hails from this vicinity.